Ciccio Group To Debut Sweet Soul & First Better Byrd for Tampa

These Delicious Spots Are Opening Very Soon!

The restaurant Sweet Soul is opening its doors in a new Tampa location soon!  The Ciccio Restaurant Group created Sweet Soul to focus on health-conscious food while staying delicious. Their entire menu is vegan-friendly, paleo, and plant-based. They use sugars such as maple, honey, agave, and dates. Sweet Soul is a Superfood bar. Every menu item contains a certain superfood that benefits the individual who drinks or eats that item. The team at Sweet Soul wants to inform the customer about the superfoods they are putting into their body and why it is beneficial. At Sweet Soul, your health matters but so do your taste buds. With Sweet Soul you will never have to worry about choosing bland diet foods over delicious ones, Sweet Soul has perfected a delicious way of healthy eating. There is no reason to ever worry about calories. You can eat their fantastic meals with the peace of mind that everything going into their food is for the best interest of your health.   The health foods-focused Sweet Soul will open the first week of February at 1101 S. Howard Ave. in Tampa.

Tampa will also be welcoming Better Byrd in February of 2018. Better Byrd is also part of the Ciccio’s Restaurant Group and Tampa is lucky enough to be the next location. The Better Byrd menu offers carefully crafted chicken dishes, from the Mac & Byrd, a fried chicken sandwich topped with mac & cheese, to the healthier Byrd Bowl with options ranging from ramen noodles, jalapeños, or Peruvian slaw. Guests will also enjoy Wyngs served up with a variety of dipping sauces. All dishes are made with hormone and steroid-free chicken. To top it all off, the restaurant’s made-to-order mini donuts are a mouth-watering customer favorite. Better Byrd is already thriving in St.Petersburg and is now opening a new branch in Hyde Park Village, Tampa.

Put it on your calendars and start the countdown, Sweet Soul and Better Byrd will be opening in no time!

Written by Brian Bailey

Brian Bailey is the founder and editor of I Love the Burg and That's So Tampa. In addition to regular contributions to each blog, he's been featured as a commentator to Bay New 9, The Tampa Tribune, The Tampa Bay Times, The Tampa Bay Business Journal and The Business Observer as well as national outlets including The Huffington Post and The Wall Street Journal. Bailey also serves as the CEO of, a Tampa Bay-based digital agency.